Day 1 of Christmas – Beauty Mask Recipes To Try For This Season


I really feel good when once in a while I can just take time out of the day to really pamper myself, and a way that I like to pamper myself is just by applying a facial mask and relaxing while reading a good blog.

So for you guys, here are four recipes for a home-made facial mask that would be good to keep your skin hydrated in the colder months of the year.

1 . Avocado Mask


   An avocado mask is perfect for dry skin that may become very irritated in the winter.

It is easy to make: mash the flesh of avocado with a fork, add a touch of extra-virgin olive oil, and apply this smooth, fragrant mixture onto your face.

This nourishing mask will supply your skin with a whole range of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and softening agents to really fight winter dryness.


(If you’re allergic to avocados or just can’t get any.)

2 . Cultured Milk Mask


A cultured milk mask is a simple and effective cure for tired skin.

Just apply a bit of natural yogurt, buttermilk, sour cream, or kefir on your face avoiding areas around the eyes. Relax for 10-15 minutes and rinse your face with cool water.

This mask softens, rejuvenates, and restores a natural pH balance of your skin, thus, protecting it from negative influences of winter air.


3 . Egg White Mask


An egg white mask is good for oily skin with large pores.

Smooth a beaten egg white all over your face, let rest for half-an-hour, and rinse with water.

This mask will refresh and tighten your oily skin and will make it look much healthier than before. In the winter, it will create a natural barrier to protect your skin from harsh winds and frost.



4 . Oatmeal Mask


An oatmeal mask is a great remedy for skin beaten by a cold wind. To make it, mix together in equal proportions raw oatmeal flakes, egg yolk, and honey. Keep the mask on your face for about 20 minutes, wash with lukewarm water, and pat dry. After the application, your facial skin should feel very soft, refreshed, and healed.

I hope you guys like these face mask recipes and send me some pictures via twitter if you guys decide to try these. That would be great.

* As a side note, all facial masks should only be worn between 10 – 15 minutes unless stated otherwise.

Bye all, I’ll talk to you guys in the next post.



2 thoughts on “Day 1 of Christmas – Beauty Mask Recipes To Try For This Season

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